Wantirna Trash & Treasure Market

Whatever you are searching for to buy there is a good chance the item is for sale at the Wantirna Trash & Treasure Market. Not only is it the equivalent of hundreds of garage sales of second-hand items but many new products are available too.

Bargain small appliances, fishing rods, hats, clothing, collectables, toys and kitchenware are just some of the items available.

If you are looking for garden tools and accessories you can find brand new items, like hoses and pots, and second-hand items too, with sturdy old shovels and decorative items. Stalls also sell plants of all types and sizes.

The market opens to buyers at 8:00 in the morning, while sellers arrive at 5:00 to set up their stalls. Try to arrive at the Wantirna Trash & Treasure Market early as the best bargains will be bought by the bargain hunters that were lining up before the market opened. The market will close in the afternoon, between 2:00 and 4:00.

Every Sunday during the year, except for some public holidays, the Wantirna Trash & Treasure Market is on. The entry cost for adults is $1.80, pensioners pay $1.20 and children under fifteen years old are allowed free entry. Parking at the Wantirna Trash & Treasure Market is free.

The Wantirna Trash & Treasure Market is located at the intersection of Boronia Road and Mountain Highway in Wantirna, Victoria. Travel along the East Link toll road and exit at Boronia Road, or go along Burwood Highway and then turn into Mountain Highway.

After spending a morning looking for bargain buys at the Wantirna Trash & Treasure Market there are other places to shop in the area. Go directly north from the market along Wantirna Road to reach Ringwood. The Knox Shopping Centre, with stores like Toys R Us and K-Mart, is a short drive from the market and is located at Stud Road and Burwood Highway.

Location: Boronia Road and Mountain Highway, Wantirna, Victoria

When: Sundays 8am to 2pm or later

Contact: (03) 9791 2992

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